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Wendy Moore Sep 7, 2020
No Man’s Land
The Trailblazing Women Who Ran Britain's Most Extraordinary Military Hospital During World War I
Basic Books 2020
Today’s guest is journalist and author, Wendy Moore. Her new book, No Man’s Land: The Trailblazing Women Who Ran Britain's Most Extraordinary Military Hospital During World War I
(Basic Books) explores the WWI British military hospital known as Endell Street.
A hospital run by two suffragette doctors, Louisa Garrett Anderson and Flora Murray. A hospital staffed almost completely by women who treated over 26,000 wounded soldiers. It’s an incredible book published by Atlantic Books in the UK and Basic Books in the US, in April 2020.
is a journalist and author of several previous books, including How to Create the Perfect Wife and Wedlock, a Sunday Times bestseller.
Colin Miller and Dr. Keith Mankin host the popular medical podcast, PeerSpectrum. Colin works in the medical device space and Keith is a retired pediatric orthopedic surgeon.
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